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Strategies and interventions on preventing and responding to violence and injuries among refugees and migrants (2020)

Strategies and interventions on preventing and responding to violence and injuries among refugees and migrants (2020)

This technical guidance outlines current evidence, knowledge and best practice relating to incidences of violence and injuries among refugees and migrants in the WHO European Region. It highlights key principles, summarizes priority actions and challenges, maps existing international commitments and frameworks and provides practical policy considerations for preventing and responding to such challenges. Specific areas for intervention include ensuring safe passage for migration; addressing causes of violence and injuries in transit and destination countries, including changing norms and values; identifying victims and providing care and protection; investigating and prosecuting perpetrators; and strengthening the knowledge base. While the main intended audience of this technical guidance series are policy-makers across sectors at local, national and regional levels, the contents of this publication will also be of value for health-care practitioners and law enforcement and border protection officials.

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Report on the health of refugees and migrants in the WHO European Region: no public health without refugee and migrant health (2018)

Report on the health of refugees and migrants in the WHO European Region: no public health without refugee and migrant health (2018)

The  WHO  Report  on  the  Health  of  Refugees  and  Migrants  in  the  WHO  European  Region  creates  a  source of baseline evidence. The report is the result of a joint effort between the WHO Regional Office for Europe,  led  by  Piroska  Östlin  (Director,  Division  of Policy  and  Governance  for  Health  and  Well-being),  and the Italian National Institute for Health, Migration and Poverty (INMP). Based on the available data, the report aims to provide the first comprehensive over-view of the health status and needs of refugees and migrants, and the health system responses related to the public health aspects of migration. The  report  was  produced  by  the  Migration  and  Health programme under the supervision of Santino Severoni  (Coordinator  of  the  Migration  and  Health  programme).

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